Equiano Wednesday, October 17th, 2007 Olaudah Equiano (1745 97) was certainly a remarkable man, and one whose name deserves to be remembered this year along with William Wilberforce, Thomas Clarkson and the others who helped to bring about the end of the transatlantic slave trade in 1807. Book Review 22 Jul 2013 New Waves in Cinema by Sean Martin New Waves in Cinema discusses the history and development of a number of film movements from around the world. ??96 Save 42% See all Walking Poles NEWSLETTER SIGN UP: Enter email address to receive the latest news and promotion information.
Showing fun palm tree, orchid and meadow artworks they are designed to transport your home to tropical lands. (Talking aloud is always my best way of thinking perhaps it is because I began my creative working life as a theatre director. 00 per person, including the workshop with arrangement to take home, tea & coffee on arrival and a 2 course lunch including a glass of wine or soft drink following the workshop.
Read more The Amber Museum Southwold A small museum purpose built to explain the origin of amber, its history and its uses throughout the years. Both of these offered great opportunities to develop my brand awareness and have fun promoting my designs. SFA ESF tenders in Yorkshire, south west and Leicestershire have already been submitted whilst London opportunities close on 5th February.